Country Music Hall of Fame
This museum highlights the history of country music from its birthplace in the Music City to present-day.
Grand Ole Opry
The show that made country music famous. Country’s best – including new stars, superstars and legends of the genre – share the stage several times each week.
The Parthenon, Centennial Park
The only reproduction in the world of the Parthenon in Athens Greece.
Belle Meade Plantation
Belle Meade Plantation is a non-profit historic home-site located in Nashville, TN. Established in 1807, this home-site tells the history of the Harding and Jackson families and the impact they had on the city of Nashville and, more importantly, their indelible contribution to the development of thoroughbred racing horses in the United States.
One of the most famous concert halls in the history of country music, this auditorium still hosts live music events.
The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson
The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson, is one of the largest and most visited presidential homes in the United States. Today, The Hermitage is a 1,120-acre National Historic Landmark with over 30 historic buildings,that welcomes some 180,000 annual visitors, including 30,000 schoolchildren, from all 50 states and many foreign countries
Nestled in historic Whites Creek Tennessee, just minutes from downtown Nashville sits Fontanel. Fontanel is a 136 acre country music landmark formally owned by Country Music Hall of Fame member, Barbara Mandrell.